Country:Japan
Year:2001
Policy status:Ended
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2001
Date Ended:2010
Policy Type:Policy Support>Strategic planning
Policy Target:Multiple RE Sources
Policy Sector:Electricity, Framework Policy
Description:

In the New Energy Indicator, the government set the target of about 3% (or 19.1 million kl oil equivalent) of new energy forms in total primary energy supply in fiscal year 2010 (excluding hydroelectric and geothermal energy). In 2002 the corresponding figure was approximately 1.6%.

The 2010 targets for each type of new energy resources are:

  • -PV: 4820 MW (from 637 MW in 2002).
  • -Solar thermal use: 900 000 kl (from 740 000 kl in 2002).
  • -Wind: 3000 MW (from 463 MW in 2002).
  • -Waste power and Biomass generation: 4500 MW (from 1 618 MW in 2002).
  • -Waste thermal use: 1860 000 kl (from 1640 000 kl in 2002).
  • -Biomass thermal use: 3 080 000 kl.
  • -Others (black liquor, waste wood, etc) 4 830000 kl (from 4 710 000 kl in 2002).

Source: New long-term energy outlook (including New Energy) toward 2030 (METI)

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